Everything is all fun and games until the semester starts picking up, right? Everything seems manageable until all your classes assign projects in the same week. The moment you miss just a couple of assignments, it all starts adding up. There is time to save your GPA, but you need to start sooner rather than later.
The truth is, there are many reasons why a college student would fall behind, so don’t get too down about it. It happens to the best of us!
Take it from a medical student at King’s College London, who has to study for exams more than most students ever will. As he went through med school at the top of his class, he has brought his Youtube subscribers along for the journey. He shares how he does well in school, finds motivation to study, and maintains a life outside classwork.
The most important thing is not to let the work you have ahead of you cripple you. This video has a bunch of pointers to break your workload up into manageable pieces so you can get through the semester.
The best part about this video is how Kharma Medic gives a slightly unconventional perspective. He really breaks down each step of the process of saving your GPA. He also emphasizes the balance it takes to do work well without getting burnt out.
You’re going to get through this week. Take some reassurance from how this video goes into detail about avoiding continual burnout. That way, you can stay on top of your work more often and still make time for a social life. Good luck with your studies!
Or, if that doesn’t work out and you couldn’t save your GPA, consider our article Don’t Let a Low GPA Keep You From Dreaming of College!